From: Denver Colorado
I have a spreadsheet, mostly designed by a former opponent, on which there are columns for pioneer, artillery (collectively), panzerjaeger, stugs, AA, and construction battalions assigned to each corps, organized by army and army group.
By far the biggest problem is between 9th Army and 17th Army (or is it 11th, the one with all the jaeger divisions, not the one in Romania). I think without exception, 9th Army's over-abundance is the one you can most easily tidy up with (VIII Corps). The corps that have 0 to start should get arty (up to 3 per corps). After that 1 pioneer per corps, but don't spend AP beyond getting excess pioneers OUT of corps with more than 1 (exception: any armored units should keep the pioneers they start with).
If you do it right, you can move VIII corps westward into range of some of AGS's corps (but you might have to move them north first). It's tricky. You can also take arty excess SUs OUT of panzer corps, because they won't benefit from them as much. They don't attack as often, and mostly hasty attacks (that won't be able to draw SUs unless the HQ hasn't moved).
You can't squander T1 AP. There are only 30. On T1, I can accommodate over-command limits (until T2). SU assignment is for me a higher priority here. Starting on T2 I have a lot more options for moving SUs since Armies and Army Groups will start seeing SUs move up the chain of command for distribution. Then Command Limits start to matter more.
Summer 2017-Playing: D-Day at Omaha Beach, Advanced Squad Leader,
Reading: Kampfgruppe Walther & Panzerbrigade 107 (Magnificent). Lots of Osprey stuff.
Rulebooks: ASL (always ASL)